After the Conference
Here you will find the material that was published following the EuroPython 2010 conference.
Please add links to anything you know of relating to the conference.
Slides / Audio / Video
Slides of Russel Winder's keynote The Multicore Revolution: We've Only Just Begun.
Slides of Russel Winder's session Pythonic Parallelism using CSP.
Slides to the Lightning talk of Horst JENS's The Python Game Book: http://www.slideshare.net/horstjens/the-python-game-book-lightning-talk-at-europython2010
Slides for Nicholas Tollervey's "Organise a Code Dojo!" talk: http://www.slideshare.net/ntoll/organise-a-code-dojo
Slides for Nicholas Tollervey's "Understanding FluidDB" talk: http://www.slideshare.net/ntoll/an-introduction-to-fluiddb
Slides for Sarah Mount's "Bringing OCCAM to Python" talk: http://www.slideshare.net/snim2/pythoncsp-bringing-occam-to-python
Slides for the greatest Lightning Talk ever created. Fiona's Write More Python Games.
Slides for "Speed Thrills! An introduction to BFG" bfg_europython_20100722.pdf by Charlie Clark
Slides for Robust Python Programs by Stefan Schwarzer
Slides for The magical new float repr by Mark Dickinson
Transcript of Flying High : Hobbyist OpenGL from Python by Jonathan Hartley
Slides and code examples for Gustavo Narea's tutorial WSGI from Start to Finish: http://gustavonarea.net/blog/posts/wsgi-from-start-to-finish-materials-available/
Python RAD with Camelot by Erik Janssens and Jeroen Dierckx
Slides for the state of PyPy 1.3 by Antonio Cuni, Armin Rigo and Amaury Forgeot d'Arc
Blogs / Comment / Retrospectives etc.
a very brief blog report
Real Time Websites with Python (mrtopf)
Real World TDD on App Engine (mrtopf)
Creating an HTML5 document (notes) (mrtopf)
Open Data Coding for data.gov.uk (mrtopf)
I've wrote some lines daily about the europython conference this year in my blog, europython 2010 at blog.e-shell.org (I've also taken pictures of almost all talks I attended to (2592x1944 size) so if anybody want a copy of the pictures just email me)
python-csp related round-up including Sprint stuff
Threads, processes and concurrency in Python: some thoughts by Michele Simionato